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Meade

George Gordon. 1815--72, Union general in the American Civil War. He commanded the Army of the Potomac, defeating the Confederates at Gettysburg (1863)
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Danny Jones nearly gave Delta the lead when he tried his luck with an audacious strike from 25 yards but the shot was well stopped by Allen in the Meade goal.
"I left Alex (Ekins, the mill production manager) to do that," Meade said.
"I did say that I thought the Olympics had come a year early for Laurieston," said Meade. "He was eight and not very experienced.
In a particularly gripping episode viewers had a nail-biting wait as Meade guessed which box out of 450 a man has placed his fiance's engagement ring in.
Undoubtedly, the most notable method Meade adopted for the survey was a modification of the procedure to determine longitudes by the use of the electric telegraph, known as the American method.
Meade's own approach is far different, but he admires the way Redbone presents a song.
The Union army was reorganized when Meade took command.
John Sinar, consultant neuro-surgeon at Middlesbrough General Hospital, told the inquest he believed Mr Meade had already developed the infection before he was admitted.
That pervasiveness may carry a price, Meade and two other investigators warned at this week's American Society for Microbiology meeting in Los Angeles.
What's more, Meade argues, practically stamping her foot with agitation, "his most marvelous accomplishment was `Woody Allen,' an extremely intricate, layered work composed of autobiography, masterful marketing, and good old-fashioned show business."
Star Lambert and the Satellite Broadcasting and Communications Association of America (SBCA) had originally filed jointly a request to the FCC to preempt Meade's ordinance.
George Gordon Meade established an army post along Florida's Peace River in 1849.